Moto G4 and G4 Plus now up for pre-order in the US, starting at $199

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If you happen to live in the US and are in the market for a new budget-friendly phone, we have some news for you. The Moto G4 and Moto G4 Plus are now up for pre-order in the United States starting at just $199.

These fourth-generation Moto G devices sport some impressive specifications for just a couple hundred dollars. Both handsets┬ácome with 5.5-inch 1080p displays, Snapdragon 617 processors, and are both running Android 6.0 Marshmallow. If you’re looking to save a bit of money, the standard G4 comes with either 16 or 32GB of on-board storage, 2GB of RAM and a 13MP rear camera. Alternatively, the higher-end G4 Plus comes with 16 or 64GB of storage, either 2 or 4GB of RAM, a 16MP camera and a fingerprint sensor.

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Both handsets can be customized through Moto Maker

The Moto G4 with 16GB of storage will cost you just $199, while the 32GB model will cost you $229. If you need something a little more future proof, the 16GB G4 Plus can be yours for $249, while the 64GB model costs $299. Of course, these devices are completely unlocked and will work on both GSM and CDMA networks.

If you’re planning on picking up one of these handsets, you should buy through Motorola’s website. Both devices can be customized through Moto Maker, so you’ll be able to choose your front, back and accent colors, as well as choose an engraving and greeting message.

Motorola says┬áthe new handsets will become available on Tuesday, July 12 from Amazon, Best Buy, BrandsMart, B&H, Car Toys, Fry’s, MicroCenter, Motorola.com, Sam’s Club and Walmart. They’re also coming to Republic Wireless on July 28.

For a more in-depth look at the G4 Plus, check out our full review. We’ve also gone hands-on with the Moto G4, which you can see here.

So, who’s pre-ordering one of these bad boys? Let us know in the comments below!

By | 2016-06-28T11:00:06+00:00 June 28th, 2016|Android Related, Just the Tablets|0 Comments

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